Sam Kitch

Experimental Spatial Capture
Dynamic + Immersive Storytelling


I am a practice-based researcher and lecturer in Transmedia Storytelling for Illustration Animation at Kingston University, London. My work revolves around dynamic storytelling through interaction design, particularly within social and cultural contexts.
I explore the poetic potential of remote sensing technology as a means to augment forgotten landscapes and reconstruct collective memory.

With extensive experience in public-facing live projects, I have collaborated with stakeholders, arts councils, and local communities. My practice advocates for intentionally repurposing volumetric capture tools in visual communication design, fostering relationships with technology that embrace indeterminacy over exact representation.

Lost For(\r)est    
Here We Are    
Digital Monoliths    
Sublime Temporality    
Visualising Sound    
H0ly Ωsland    
British Steel    
Go Local    

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Layers Like an Onion

         Layers Like an Onion 2015 — British Book Design & Production Awards, Knightsbridge, London

‘Layers Like an Onion’ is a bespoke, hand-bound book that invites readers to peel back the layers of what it means to be human. It is a playful collection of quotes, sentiments, and anecdotal observations on contemporary life. Each page gets progressively smaller, symbolizing the journey of self-discovery and introspection. Type, shape and composition guide readers to an imaginary future self, offering insights and reflections on identity, politics, religion and creativity.

Best Student Finalist Book publication in ‘Cause an Effect’ BBD&PA .